Donald Trump in North Carolina today

The vid above is a seven minute cut from the original which is below which goes an hour and a half with most of it PDT in stem winder mode.

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35 Responses to Donald Trump in North Carolina today

  1. Terry Pedersen says:

    What a doofus. Cant even put his pants on properly. He is a laughing stock who will never be back as President or a serious contender.

  2. Rex Anger says:

    Poor Grigory.

    Orangutan Bard still living in his head rent-free…

  3. mem says:

    Terry Pedersen says:
    June 6, 2021 at 9:33 pm
    What a doofus. Cant even put his pants on properly.

    How come the trolls are in first? Headquarters upped the pay rates have they? Dead giveaway Terry. By the way have you heard that the earliest Christian catches the fattest lion. As a lefty you will take longer than most to work that one out.

  4. Arky says:

    A great many things depend on this man and his movement.
    For sure he isn’t perfect.
    But he is almost all we have.
    God bless you Donald Trump.

  5. miltonf says:

    Trump sure has forced the political class to reveal its true intentions. From Blojo to hoWARd. Funny how it turns out that the left loves the Washington war machine and starvation wages.

  6. miltonf says:

    and big business

  7. Struth says:

    Anyone that can’t work out who they should be supporting now, even if he’s not perfect, is a fucking drop kick.

  8. Dot says:

    Trump in Congress would be a hoot.

    Meme magic.

    Shadilay!

  9. Dot says:

    David Rockefeller dies on World Frog Day and Barron Trump’s birthday. Coincidence? I think not.

  10. Davey Boy says:

    Orange Man lives in Terry’s head, rent free.
    Long live Orange Man

  11. miltonf says:

    Go Trump.

  12. m0nty says:

    A great many things depend on this man and his movement.

    A great many movements of this man fill his Depends.

  13. Rex Anger says:

    m0ntard goes for the scat angle because he thinks if it worked on Hillary, surely it will work on the evil Orangutan Bard.

    Sadly, the only one stepping in it is m0ntard…

  14. Tom says:

    Sharri Markson continues her investigation in the Paywallian:

    Donald Trump wanted to haul Anthony Fauci in front of a US presidential commission to give evidence about funding the Wuhan laboratory suspected of leaking Covid-19.

    Advanced plans were underway for the special presidential panel, with an executive order even drawn up to hold China and its collaborators accountable and tally a reparations bill to fire off to Beijing.

    But the then US president’s senior advisers talked him out of the idea as it was about to be announced, according to insider accounts detailed in a soon-to-be released book on the origins of Covid-19, What Really Happened in Wuhan.

    In another bombshell revelation from the book, US officials suspected China had developed a vaccine for Covid-19 prior to the outbreak, with the claims included in a “sensitive but unclassified” internal report.

    The book also reveals Joe Biden scrapped a push by the State Department’s Arms, Control, Verification and Compliance Unit to formally confront China in Geneva over its cover-up of Covid-19 and potential breaches of the biological weapons convention in the Wuhan lab.

    And in a revelation set to embarrass the intelligence community, US intelligence agencies sought advice on whether the virus was zoonotic — derived from bats — or could have a laboratory origin from the very scientists who had spent 15 years working closely with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, including EcoHealth Alliance’s Peter Daszak and University of North Carolina’s Ralph Baric.

    The Office of the Director of National Intelligence later published a statement saying Covid-19 was not man-made and could not have been genetically manipulated.

    That conclusion is now in doubt, and Biden last week ordered US intelligence agencies to probe Covid-19’s origins and report back in 90 days.

    Mr Trump was “enthusiastic” about creating a presidential commission similar to those which probed the 9/11 terror attacks and the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

    A White House executive order was drafted in August 2020 stating: “By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, it is hereby ordered as follows: The National Commission on the Origins and Costs of COVID-19 is hereby established.”

    It was the brainchild of Trump’s trade adviser Peter Navarro, and The Australian has confirmed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo supported it.

    In meetings in the Oval Office, Mr Trump kicked around names who would be best to lead the commission.

    The draft executive order named Tom Cotton, the Republican senator for Arkansas, as the commissioner, while Mr Pompeo’s senior policy adviser Mary Kissel and his China adviser Miles Yu were to act as co-chair and vice co-chair or executive director.

    Retired Air Force Briagdier General Robert Spalding would lead the sessions on the geopolitics, and a general from Fort Detrick, the US biological weapons defence program in Maryland, would run the virology portion of the inquiry to investigate whether the virus had been manipulated in a lab.

    In a highly controversial move, Mr Trump’s top adviser on the coronavirus, Dr Fauci, would be hauled in to explain why he funded risky coronavirus research in China and the not-for-profit EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak would be grilled on the missing virus database from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, among other topics.

    The executive order states the commission would investigate “the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic; the economic, political social, human, and other costs of the pandemic borne by the United States; and whether the People’s Republic of China or the Chinese Communist Party have used the pandemic to advance their own economic, geopolitical, military, or territorial agendas.”

    The Commission would have also tallied a bill to send to Beijing “to recover any damages as well as all costs estimated.”

    Such a commission, determined to hold the Communist Party to account and ask it to pay reparations for the economic and human damage from the pandemic, would have been explosive, and significantly corrode already strained China-US relations. Mr Yu had an office set up in the White House to run the commission and Mr Navarro says, “We almost got to the finish line”.

    But the presidential commission was killed off during a meeting in the Oval Office where Mr Trump’s economic advisers argued fiercely against it.

    Other officials were concerned the commission would be seen as a political manoeuvre so close to the November election and be derided by the media.

    One senior White House official said: “It was actually an excellent idea, just floated way too late.”

    “It would’ve looked very political, and (we) had tried very, very hard to make the China issue nonpartisan.”

    Another senior Mr Trump official said, “An inquiry like that is exactly the right thing but it was going to be almost impossible for President Trump to appoint a commission that was going to be viewed as bipartisan.”

    “People were too crazed on the left. I don’t think the left would have participated in it,” he said.

    Mr Navarro said it was a mistake to kill off the idea. “They are all China apologists,” he said.

    “(Director of the National Economic Council Larry) Kudlow is just stupid, dumb. You can quote me on that.

    “That was the biggest heartbreak in my four years at the White House. I worked really hard to get that commission established.

    “We had a presidential commission for Pearl Harbor, for the BP oil spill and for the Kennedy assassination. We need one into the origins of the coronavirus as well.”

  15. FlyingPigs says:

    holy shit Tom.

  16. Crossie says:

    “(Director of the National Economic Council Larry) Kudlow is just stupid, dumb. You can quote me on that.

    Absolutely. That bastard sold out his country to China and for what? The left still hates him.

  17. will says:

    Arky says:
    June 6, 2021 at 10:09 pm
    A great many things depend on this man and his movement.
    For sure he isn’t perfect.

    so who is perfect?

    stupid comment

  18. Crossie says:

    Somebody commented last night that Sharri was getting her information straight from Pompeo. This is probably true and I’m sure other journalists would also get the same responses if they bothered to ask him but they would rather be dead than interview Republicans. Imagine giving Trump’s admin legitimacy by interviewing and recording them as the first draft of history. No way, they must be expunged from history.

    You can tell I have very little regard for our media.

  19. Mark A says:

    m0nty says:
    June 7, 2021 at 12:45 am

    A great many things depend on this man and his movement.

    A great many movements of this man fill his Depends.

    Somewhat witty but applied to the wrong man.
    Joe is your target Moe.

  20. Crossie says:

    It’s just as well the commission was not set up last year as now he and every other Republican will have a solid issue to run on in next year’s midterms. In addition to decaying Biden they will have the corrupt toad Fauci to focus on.

  21. bespoke says:

    Other officials were concerned the commission would be seen as a political manoeuvre so close to the November election and be derided by the media.

    So what! It wouldn’t have stopped the left.

  22. Mater says:

    What a doofus. Cant even put his pants on properly. He is a laughing stock who will never be back as President or a serious contender.

    Yeah, sure Terry. Not hard to do when you’re putting tracky dacks on in the dark, but a little more problematic when you’ve got to button up your pants. I doubt even you’d make such a mistake, if you needed to do a reach around to button them up.

    Besides, the fact checkers have spoken:

    The video does not appear to be doctored, but high-resolution photos from the event clearly show a zipper fly in the pants that may have been obscured in the glare from other angles. Nevertheless, Trump-haters were feverish over the clip.

    As for you Monty, I dare say your Pubic Fat might give the distinct impression of wearing Depends. How old are you compared to Trump?

  23. Bruce says:

    Faucj is no spring chicken.

    What’s the bet he demises from a cerebral haemorrhage fairly soon? (Gratuitous oblique Roy Thinnes reference.)

  24. Terry Pedersen says:

    the fact checkers have spoken

    The video does not appear to be doctored, but high-resolution photos from the event clearly show a zipper fly in the pants that may have been obscured in the glare from other angles. Nevertheless, Trump-haters were feverish over the clip.

    “factcheckers”? The Daily Mail? Ah hahaha.

    I have the high resolution photo. There is no zipper fly. There is no button fly. There is only pants on back to front. Poor old squeaky voice Donny is done.

  25. Arky says:

    will says:
    June 7, 2021 at 6:17 am
    Arky says:
    June 6, 2021 at 10:09 pm
    A great many things depend on this man and his movement.
    For sure he isn’t perfect.
    ..
    stupid comment

    ..
    Thanks mate.

  26. Frank says:

    There is only pants on back to front.

    Sure they were. At some point you may want to stop and consider what you are asking yourself to believe.

  27. Rex Anger says:

    Poor Grigory.

    Only 17 months and 1 day until the US mid-term Elections, and his energy is already run out…

  28. Lee says:

    If only we had Trump as Victorian premier.

  29. John A says:

    Dot says: June 6, 2021, at 10:46 pm

    Trump in Congress would be a hoot.

    Meme magic.

    Shadilay!

    No, a thousand times no!

    Too often we see effective public figures (Bolt, Peta Credlin, Trump, Pell? et al.) put forward as candidates for the bullpit.

    But that is the equivalent of the company graveyard.

    Parliament / Congress is too restrictive a forum for getting things done. Everything worthwhile dies in committees and gets choked by procedures.

    We have often decried the process whereby the (transient) politicians are housetrained by the (permanent) bureaucrats and apparatchiks. (1)

    If you really want to get anything done the last place to go is the Parliament. How often have we chortled at the aphorism that politics is theatre for the ugly? It has entertainment value only.

    (1) Yes, Minister and Yes, Prime Minister.

  30. Dot says:

    The US Speaker has a lot of power. It is even a prime position regarding a legally valid coup.

  31. Wot Dot says – if the President and Vice President are gaoled for whatever crimes they’ve committed, the the Speaker of the hose is next in line – hopefully.

  32. Dot says:

    They don’t need to be gaoled. Punishment can be mere dismissal.

  33. Dot says:

    Oh, and Shadilay!

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